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Publisher: Diabetesonthe net
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Weight loss offers a positive approach to the treatment of diabetes and has a number of reported benefits, including improved insulin sensitivity, glycaemic control, improved mortality rates, restoration of beta-cell function and reduced dependence on diabetes medications. The aim of this pilot study was to evaluate clinical outcomes of a 12-week weight loss intervention for people with type 2 diabetes mellitus and pre-diabetes from a multi-ethnic population. Thirty-four people were enrolled on the programme and 21 completed the course. This intervention was shown to be clinically effective, with those opting for further support achieving better clinical outcomes. South Asian individuals remain difficult-to-treat in terms of clinical outcomes and intervention adherence. Future research should consider the most appropriate interventions for this patient group

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